Within thirty days, Michael Atkinson should leave the post of inspector general of American intelligence.
The corresponding decision was made by US President Donald Trump, about which he had already notified Congress the day before.
Atkinson is known for helping American Democrats attempt to remove Trump from the presidency as part of the impeachment process. Moreover, his role was key. It was Atkinson who informed the congressmen about the complaint about the telephone conversation between the US president and Vladimir Zelensky. As you know, this conversation was the reason for the scandal.
“It is imperative that the inspector general be someone I could trust fully,” Trump said in a letter to the legislators. “This does not apply to the current inspector.”
As News Front previously reported, Democrats aggressively tried to oust Donald Trump from the presidency. Initially, he was accused of conspiring with Russia, which allegedly intervened in the 2016 presidential election. In this regard, a large-scale investigation, called “RussiaGate,” was initiated. However, evidence of Trump’s connection with Moscow was never found.
Later, the Democrats began to accuse the head of the White House of “pressure” on President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky. The fact is that Trump was counting on the assistance of the new Kiev authorities in disclosing information that compromised his Democratic opponent in the upcoming elections, Joe Biden.
The latter, being vice president of Barack Obama, blackmailed Petro Poroshenko, having secured the dismissal of the prosecutor general, who was investigating financial fraud in the company of Biden Jr. Democrats could not allow the disclosure of these scandalous facts, so they decided to launch a counterattack in the form of impeachment proceedings.
When things fell apart, Trump began to get rid of Democrat accomplices. John Rood was fired from the post of deputy head of the Pentagon. Goodbye to his seat in the US National Security Council and Alexander Windman, who testified against Trump. Moreover, Windman’s brother, who worked in the law office of the presidential administration, was fired.In Serbia a second board with Russian help to fight against COVID-19 has landed